World Health Organization

The World Health Organization (WHO), which is concerned with international public health, seeks to direct and coordinate international health within the UN system to ensure the highest attainable level of health for all people.

Its main areas of work include health systems, communicable and noncommunicable diseases and the coordination of responses to health emergencies.

Topic A

Dealing with Health Emergencies in Refugee Camps

Topic B

Fighting Antibiotic Resistance


Mr. Philippe Lefevre

Philippe Lefevre is a Third Year History and Politics student at the University of York soon to be studying International Politics in Leuven. He has been doing MUN for three years now, and if you ask him, has contracted an addiction, because at least recognizing the problem is the first step towards fixing it. To date he has stumbled his way into over thirty conferences and looks forward to participating in AYIMUN greatly! As well as MUN, Philippe also Chairs the Institute for a Greater Europe, and is fascinated by the role Europe has to play in the world, as well as European integration in general.

Rahaf Al Saif

Rahaf Al Saif is currently doing her masters in Human Rights & Global Ethics and has always been a profound supporter of campaigns on humanitarian, environmental and wildlife issues. She has attended several MUNs all across the globe in order to explore more about diverse cultures and opinons. She believes that youth is the only solution to the rising threats to world peace and prosperity.